What I’m Legitimately Bad At

Well, for starters, I’m legitimately bad at allowing myself to use technically questionable grammar like that which appears in the title above – even when it would be appropriate in context (e.g. in the conversational tone of a blog), and is accurate to the jargon of the time (e.g. the phrase “what I’m legitimately bad at”).

But then again, when I first sat down to write this post, I was originally going to go with “My Struggles” or “Where I Struggle” or some variation thereon for the title – and obviously, no.  Just no.  No to any combination of I/me/mine and the noun or verb “struggle” anywhere in any title to any piece.  Ever.  (If the reason isn’t immediately clear to you, you may want to look up the translation of “my struggle” in German.)

The incomparable Herbert Lom, best known for playing Chief Inspector Dreyfus opposite Peter Sellers as Inspector Clouseau.

And besides, forcing myself to employ a technique that would typically make me twitch worse than Chief Inspector Dreyfus from the Pink Panther movies is actually very appropriate for this particular discussion.

Consequently, I’m going to make myself leave it there and move on (more on that later)…

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